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thing or a method was old or new had nothing to do with her use of it. The only question with her was, “Will it work?” She never obtruded the fact of newness of method, but went steadily along. Thus she may be said to have created in North India the movement for the higher education of Hindu women. And hers was the first “Woman's Christian College" in all Asia. And again, later, she was the mother of the deaconess order in that far land. A woman of widely hospitable nature, in her European, Eurasian, Moslem, and Hindu alike found friend and adviser. And in her the teacher met the earnest evangelist, and the saint with a touch of mystic enthusiasm was mingled with the hard-headed woman of affairs. And with it all she was so unpretending, so kindly and genial, so free from any affectation, so genuine and so simple in her ways, the poorest and the humblest were happy in her company and the most cultivated found her worth while. In her Lal Bogh Home which housed her college hung a motto, “This house for God"—that was the key to it all. The closing chapter of the book is by Miss Lilanati Singh, a pupil and afterward a fellowteacher. The chapter breathes the fragrance of a great love and a deep devotion. Happy the teacher and rare who can thus grip the heart of a scholar. And how saintly the influence of the teacher let Miss Singh testify: “How can I tell the story of her beautiful, perfect life as I have seen it these ten years. Again and again the thought would come to me that, just as Jesus came to show us the Father, she had come to show us Jesus." One closes this book with a strange stir of heart. You have journeyed in loving companionship with a strong, fragrant soul. That the life was lived in that weird, romantic East which ever sets one dreaming, and that its story is written by the firm, sure hand of a brother who shared her life and was beyond all others her fellow-missionary, gives this book intense interest. We commend it earnestly to all Christian men and women as a spiritual tonic, and as a window into the heart of great movements that affect mightily our day.


The Emphasized Bible. A new Translation designed to set forth the exact Mean

ing, the proper Terminology, and the graphic Style of the Sacred Originals; arranged to show at a glance Narrative, Speech, Parallelism, and Logical Analysis, also to enable the student readily to distinguish the several divine names; and emphasized throughout after the idioms of the Hebrew and Greek tongues, with expository introduction, select references, and Appendices of Notes. This Version has been adjusted, in the Old Testament, to the newly revised MassoreticoCritical text (or assured emendations) of Dr. Ginsburg; and, in the New Testament, to the critical text ("formed exclusively on documentary evidence") of Drs. Westcott and Hort. By JOSEPH BRYANT ROTHERHAM, Translator of the “New Testament Critically Emphasized.” Volume I, Genesis-Ruth; Volume II, 1 Samuel-Psalms; Volume III, Proverbs-Malachi. Large 8vo, pp. 920. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company. Price, cloth, $2 per volume.

We have presented this title entire, just as the author has written it and the publisher printed it in the front of each volume. It is surely comprehensive. It makes a preface unnecessary, a table of contents needless, and an index uncalled for. The book is as quaint, curious, and old-fashioned as its title. Its production cost immense labor-that is evident on the first glance, and is increasingly clear as one turns page after page. It is sad to have to say that it is wasted labor and misdirected industry. Here is a new translation of the Old Testament. There is always need for another translation of the Old Testament, for no man and no company of men have ever yet sounded all its depths, nor been able to set all its musical num. bers into the measures of English speech. But when a new translation is made it must be made only by a man who knows the former translations and who knows the progress which has been made in biblical philology and lexicography since these translations were produced. Now, Mr. Rotherham knows the former translations, but his knowledge does not extend to and embrace modern progress in biblical science. His authorities are scanty and meager in the ex. treme. He follows Ginsburg's text of the Hebrew. Bible and his introduction, and follows them with an amazing devotion. He has used only one modern Hebrew Grammar (Davidson's) and knows only the old Davies version of the Gesenius Grammar and nothing of the great grammars of Stade and König in German. For dictionaries he has used the Oxford Gesenius (edited by Brown, Driver, and Briggs) as far as published, and the antiquated edition of Tregelles. He knows nothing of the new German Gesenius or of the Siegfried and Stade. In respect of commentators he is still worse off, for we can find cited no other commentaries than the expository books of George Adam Smith. Delitzsch, Dillmann, and Driver are unknown or unused, and the long line of the great critical commentaries in German and even in French are unexplored. Ginsburg's Hebrew Text is good, but ought in no wise to be followed blindly, as Rotherham would have learned bad he been able, or will. ing, to learn from Kautzsch, Kittel, Nowack, and others who have proved and tested his work. In short, the translation does not meet the requirements of modern scholarship. As to its emphasizing, we need only say that the whole process is misleading or worthless. The Hebrew language has indeed means to indicate emphasis, but the Hebrew Bible is not therefore a plain bespattered with rocks of emphasis. Rotherham has simply turned the plain letter of Scripture into a sea of diacritical marks. The people who need all this instruction in finding the emphatic words would never take the time or care to understand and utilize such volumes as these. The rest have no need for such crutches.





A Bibliography of Commentaries, Con, Babel and Bible (Arch. and Blb. Res.),

cordances, Bible Dictionaries, and 470.

Encyclopædias (Itin. Club), 133. Babylon Literature, The Bible and
A Correction (Arena), 974.

(For. Out.), 987.
A Critic Criticised (Arena), 635. Baptismal Formula of the Apostolic
A Further Word

the Resur- Age, The: Cooke, 38.
rection (Arena), 295.

Baptists in Berlin, The (For. Out.),
А Naturalist Eloquence (Notes 823.
and Dis.), 447.

Barclay: The Master Preacher, 613.
A Veteran Statesman's Hopes for Bashford: John Wesley's Conversion,
England (Notes and Dis.), 283.

Adams: Board of Church Extension of Berlin and Archæology (Arch. and

the Methodist Episcopal Church, Bib. Res.), 979.

Berne, Aggressive Ethical Culture in
Adirondacks, Emerson in the (Notes (For. Out.), 315.
and Dis.), 622.

Bible and Archæology (Arch. and Bib.
Advice, Paul's, to Titus, Titus il, 1-6 Res.), 979.
(Itin. Club), 975.

Bible and Babylon Literature, The
Advices, Paul's, to Titus: Prologue, (For. Out.), 987.

Titus I, 1.4 (Itin. Club), 135. Bible, Babel and (Arch. and Bib.
Age, the Apostolic, The Baptismal Res.), 470.
Formula of: Cooke, 38.

Bible Dictionaries, Commentaries,
Aggressive Ethical Culture in Berne Concordances, and Encyclopædias,
(For. Out.), 315.

A Bibliography of (Itin. Club),
Aggressive Evangelism, The Call for

(Notes and Dis.), 953.

Bible Story of the Fall, The : Cobern,
Agnosticism at the Grave (Arena), 513.

Biblical Criticism, Modern, Some Dis-
America, Theological Education in, in eases of: König, 701.

the Light of Recent Discussion : Bibliography, A, of Commentaries,
Faulkner, 58.

Concordances, Bible Dictionaries,

William McKinley, the and Encyclopædias (Itin. Club),
Ideal (with portrait): Bristol, 133.

Bindemann, Gerhard (For. Out.), 476.
Anglo-Saxons, Are We? Starbuck, 940. Bishop Ninde: An Appreciation (with
Anti-Jesuit Legislation, Stöcker

portrait): Stuart, 9.
(For. Out.), 987.

Board of Church Extension of the
Antl-Saloon League's Successful Meth- Methodist Episcopal Church: Ad-
ods, The (Notes and Dis.), 450.

am8, 245.
Automatic Evangelism (Notes and Board of Church Extension, The Real
Dis.), 958.

Founder of (Arena), 631.
Apostolic Age, the, The Baptismal | Body, the Spiritual, St. Paul
Formula of: Cooke, 38.

(Arena), 465.
Appeal to the Emotions, The Preach-Book of the Dead, The (Arch. and Bib.
er's: Van Cleve, 410.

Res.), 139.
Appreciation, An, Bishop Ninde: Stu- Bristol: William McKinley, the Ideal
art, 9.

American (with portrait), 849.
Archæology, Berlin and (Arch. and Brummitt: Shakespeare's Doctrine of
Bib. Res.), 979.

Sin, 51.
Are We Anglo-Saxons ? Starbuck, 940. Bruno-Monk, Philosopher, Seer, Mar.
Argument from Experience, The : tyr: Wright, 46.
Edwards, 71.

Bubonic Plague in China, The,
Argument from Mathematical Order, Menace to the World (Arena),
The: Young, 729.

Arnold. Matthew, Grierson on (Are Bumstead: The Ethical Aspect of
na), 294.

Paul's Conversion, 438.
Aspect, The Ethical, of Paul's Con- Byzantine, A Bit of: Clark, 589.

version : Bumstead, 438.
Atchison: Christian Idea of Worship,

Call for Aggressive Evangelism, The
Atoning Christ, The: An Interpreta- (Notes and Dis.), 953.
tion : Palmer, 909.

Calling, The Teacher's : Ayde, 932.
Author, Wesley as & Student and : Canterbury, F. W. Farrar, D.D., Late
Faulkner, 679.

Dean of (Itin. Club), 469,







Causes of the Religious Awakening, Die Keilinschriften und das Alte
in Japan (Arena), 805.

Testament (For. Out.), 648.
Children, European Conversations Die Mission und Ausbreitung des

the Education of (Itin. Christenthums in den ersten drei
Club), 299.

Jabrhunderten (For. Out. ), 477
Children, Our Church and the (Are- Die Religion des Judenthums im Neu-
na), 634, 972.

testamentlichen Zeitalter (For.
China, The Bubonic Plague in,

Out.), 985.
Menace the World (Arena), Die Versagung der kirchlichen Bestat.

tungsfeier, ihre geschichtliche
China, The Outlook in (Arena), 127. Entwickelung und gegenwartige
Christ, The Atoning: An Interpreta- Bedeutung (For. Out.), 145.
tion: Palmer, 909.

Die urchristlichen Gemeinden. Sitten-
Christ, The, of Mark's Gospel : Hump- geschichtliche Bilder (For. Out.),
stone, 561.

Christ, The Place of, in the Gospel : Divorce Law for Italy, A New (For.
Rishell, 876.

Out.), 148.
Christ, The Temptation of (Arena), Dr. Johnson and John Wesley : Vims,

Christian Idea of Worship: Atchison, Doctrine, Shakespeare's,

Sin :

Brummitt, 51.
Church Administration, Paul's De- Dreams that Come True (Notes and
scription of (Itin. Club), 460.

Dis.), 790.
Church Extension, Board of, of the Drew: The Faith of Socrates, 443.

Methodist Episcopal Church :

Adam8, 245.
Church Extension of the Methodist Early Christian Fragments, Some:

Episcopal Church, Real Founder Patten, 238.

of the Board of (Arena), 631. Eduard Hartmanns pbilosopb-
Church, Our, and the Children (Are- isches System im Grundriss (For.
na), 634, 972.

Out.), 479.
Circuit System in Lorraine (For. Education, The Conference System
Out.), 315.

of, in the Methodist Episcopal
Clark: A Bit of Byzantine, 589.

Church (Itin. Club), 810.
Clarke, William Newton, The The Education, Theological, in America, in
ology of : Dalton, 388.

the Light of Recent Discussion :
Cobern: The Bible Story of the Fall, Faulkner, 58.

Edwards: The Argument from Expe.
Code of Hammurabi, The (Arch. and rience, 71.
Bib. Res.), 641.

Einleitung in die Philosophie (For.
Commentaries, A Bibliography of Out.), 647.
(Itin. Club), 133.

Eloquence, A Naturalist

Concordances, A Bibliography of and Dis.), 447.
(Itin. Club), 133.

Emerson as a Poet: Hudge, 102.
Conference System of Theological Emerson in the Adirondacks (Notes

Education in the Methodist Epis- and Dis.), 622.
copal Church, The (Itin. Club), Emile Zola as a Writer: Wilker, 65.

Emotions, The Preacher's Appeal to
Conversion, John Wesley's: Bashford, the: Tan Clere, 410.

Empire, Mennonites in the German
Conversion of the World, The (Notes (For. Out.), 148.
and Dis.), 116.

Encyclopædias, A Bibliography of
Conversion, Paul's, The Ethical As- (Itin. Club), 133.
pect of: Bumstead, 438.

English Wesleyanism of To-day, The :
Cooke: The Baptismal Formula of Welch, 744.
Apostolic Age, 38.

Ethical Aspect of Paul's Conversion,
Cooper: Scientific Proofs for Immor- The: Bumstead, 438.
tality, 618.
European Conversations About

Correction, A (Arena), 974.

Education of Children (Itin.
Critic Criticised, A (Arena), 635.

Club), 299.
Criticism, Modern Biblical, Some Dis-Excavations at Gezer (Arch, and Bib.
eases of : König, 701.

Res.), 306.

Excesses of Psuedo-Criticism (Notes
Dalton: The Theology of William and Dis.), 111.
Newton Clarke, 388.

Experience, The Argument from : Ed.
Dead, The Book of the (Arch. and wards, 71.
Bib. Res.). 139.

Extension,' Board of Church, of the
Der Logos.

Ein Versuch ernennter Methodist Episcopal Church: Ad-
Würdigung einer alten Wahrheit ams, 245.
(For. Qut.), 985.

Evangelical Sunday School Conven-
Dictionary, Bible; A Bibliography of tion, The (For. Out.), 314.
(Itin. Club), 133.

"Evangeline," The Genesis of : Lock-
Die Frage der Wiederkunft Jesu (For. hart, 530.
Out.), 312.

Evangelism, Aggressive, The Call for
Die Grenzen der Naturwissenschaft- Notes and Dis.). 933.

lichen Begriffsbildung. Eine 10- Evangelism, Automatic (Notes and
gische Einleitung in die histor- Dis.), 958.
ischen Wissenschaften (For. Evolution and the Miraculous : Stuart,
Out.), 146.



Faber, The Vision of: Parsons, 555. Hill, Rowland, The Preaching of:
Faith, Having, in One's Own Time Tipple, 193.
(Notes and Dis.), 626.

Hittites, The (Arch. and Bib. Res.),
Faith of Socrates, The: Drev, 443.

Faith, Reason and, in Religion: Tobie, Horwill: Hugh Price Hughes, 345.

Hugh Price Hughes: Horwill, 345.
Fall, The Bible Story of the : Cobern, Hughes, Hugh Price: Horwili, 345.

Humpstone: The Christ of Mark's
Family Origin of German Theological Gospel, 561.
Students (For. Out.), 987.

Hyde: Î'he Teacher's Calling, 932.
Family Relationships in the King-

dom of God (Arena), 297.
Farrar, late Dean of Canterbury, Eng- Idea of Worship,

The Christian :
land (Itin. Club), 469.

Atchison, 259.
Faulkner: Theological Education in Ideal American, William McKinley,

America in the Light of Recent the: Bristol, 849.
Discussion, 58.

Ihmels, Ludwig (For. Out.), 143.
Faulkner: Wesley as a Student and Immortality, Scientific Proofs for :
Author, 579.

Cooper, 618.
Faust. Joband: Rhoades, 373.

Inheritance, Is It a Good or a Bad?
Final Factor in Social Progress, The : Goodsell, 177.
Flewelling, 764.

Inspiration, The Self-Consistent The-
Flewelling: The Final Factor in So- ory of (Arena), 970.
cial Progress, 764.

Is It a Good or a Bad Inheritance ?
Formula, The Baptismal, of the Apos- Goodsell, 177.
tolic Age: Cooke, 38.

Italy, A New Divorce Law for (For.
F088: John Wesley's Thought Devel- Out.), 148.

opment, 895.
Founder, The Real, of the Board of

Church Extension (Arena), 631. Job and Faust : Rhoades, 373.

Some Early Christian : John Wesley, Dr. Johnson and : Mims,
Patten, 238.

Frederick William Robertson : Tuttle, John Wesley, Educator: Meredith,

John Wesley's Conversion: Bashford,

Genesis of "Evangeline," The : Lock- John Wesley's Thought Development:
hart, 530.

Fo88, 895.
German Empire, The Mennonites in Johnson, Dr., and John Wesley :
the (For. Out.), 148.

Mims, 543.
German Professors on the Necessity

of Conversion (For. Out.), 480.
German Theological Curricula, A Pro-Kingdom of God, Family Relationship

posed Change in (For. Out.), 823. in the (Arena), 297.
German Theological Students, Family König: Some Diseases of Modern Bib-
Origin of (For. Out.), 987.

lical Critcism, 701.
Gezer, Excavations at (Arch, and Bib,

Res.), 306.
Giesebrecht. Fr. (For. Out.), 475. Lathrop: Religion and the Social Life,
God, Family Relationships in the

Kingdom of (Arena), 297.
League's Successful Methods,

God. The Friends of: Tompkin8, 571.

Anti-Saloon (Notes and

Good or a Bad Inheritance? Is It a: 450.
Goodsell, 177.

Lhotzky, Heinrich (For. Out.), 645.
Goodell: The Victory Supreme, 606. Life, The Satisfying: Has8, 277.
Goodsell: Is It a Good or a Bad In-Lockhart: The Genesis of "Evange-
heritance? 177.

line," 530.
Gospel, The Christ of Mark's: Hump-Lorraine, The Circuit System in (For.
stone, 561.

Out.), 315.
Gospel, The Place of Christ in the :

Rishell, 876.

Recognition of Reli. Macholz, Waldemar (For. Out.), 820.
gion : Milburn, 270.

McKinley, William, the Ideal Amer-
Grave. Agnosticism at the (Arena),

ican (with portrait): Bristol,

Greatness of Preaching, The (Notes Mankind, The Primitive Religion of:
and Dis.), 453.

Trever, 81.
Grierson on Matthew Arnold (Arena), Mark's Gospel. Th: Christ of: Hump-

stone, 561.
Martyr, Bruno-Monk, Philosopher,

Seer: Wright, 46.
Hammurabi. The Code of (Arch. and Vason: The Pipe Organ in Church
Bib. Res.), 641.

Worship, from

Ha88: The Satisfying Life, 277.

Standpoint. 888.
Having Faith in

One's Own Time Master Preacher. The: Barclay, 613.
(Notes and Dis.), 626.

Mathematical Order. The Argument
Heinrich Lhotzky (For. Out.), 645.

from: Young, 729.
Herman Schell (For. Out.), 646. Matthew Arnold, Grierson on (Are-
Hermann von Soden (For. Out.), 983.

na), 294.


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